The Real Estate Assessment Center (REAC) conducts physical inspections for HUD administered properties with a HAP contract. Navigate must provide follow-up on the results of these inspections. The first step to providing this follow-up is the proper tracking and monitoring of physical inspections as they occur. When your REAC inspection is complete, Navigate is responsible for:
- Reviewing the Physical Inspection generated by the REAC Physical Inspection Scheduler
- Contacting the Owner/Agent, via phone, fax, or e-mail, to confirm mitigation of the items cited
- Securing a certification of mitigation and any documentation associated with mitigating the EH&S items
When conducting the MOR, your Navigate Relationship Manager is responsible for selecting units cited on the REAC inspection to confirm all of the Exigent Health and Safety (EH&S) items, and a sampling of the remaining deficiencies have been mitigated.
Owner/Agents are required to mitigate REAC Findings in a timely manner in order to maintain decent, safe, and sanitary housing. Unmitigated items noted during the MOR may result in a Finding.